To-do in Milano

Suggestions from the LTD-18 LOC for spending your extra time in Milano and around

This page will remain under construction and updated constantly by the LOC until the workshop starts. So check it often! For more info contact us

Getting around

ATM urban public transport

TRENORD regional trains

TRENITALIA national trains

Milano surroundings / Lombardia

In Lombardia Video


Milano e Leonardo 500

In 2019 Milano celebrates 500 years since Leonardo da Vinci death. More info about the planned events can be found here and here

Leonardo da Vinci Parade

Temporary exhibition to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Leonardo's death at the Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia "Leonardo da Vinci"

36 Hours in Milano

How to spend 36 hours in Milano according to a recent New York Times article

Leonardo 500 lists all Experiences in Lombardia and Milano dedicated to the Maestro.

sites to visit

The Last Supper (Il Cenacolo or L'Ultima Cena), by Leonardo da Vinci (wikipedia)

The mural painting is in the refectory of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie and the access is limited. Visits must be booked WELL in advance here.

Don't forget to visit also the nearby church!

An ebook with a comprehensive selections of places to see in Milano.

100 places jointly suggested by Comune di Milano and TCI (Touring Club Italiano).

for lunch

Places for a lunch close to the LTD-18 venue. in preparation ...

See the map below for first suggestions from Marco! in progress...

for dinner

Quartiere Isola (map), an old district now re-borning at the foot of the renowned Bosco Verticale (Vertical Forest) and extending just west of the workshop venue. The Isola is very busy at night because of the many restaurants and nightclubs.

See the map below for first suggestions from Marco! in progress...

at night

Navigli e Darsena, a glimpse of the old Milano, as it were before all canals (navigli) were covered beginning of the 1930s. The area is now a very popular evening destination because of the many restaurants, pub, and art galleries.

Arco della Pace is a neoclassical triumphal arch inaugurated in 1838, dedicated to the peace in Europe. The area around the monument toward Corso Sempione attracts numerous people of all the ages in the evening for dinner or just a drink.

See the map below for first suggestions from Marco! in progress...

for a walk

Piazza Gae Aulenti, a new square in the middle of the Porta Nuova district, few minutes of walk away from the LTD-18 venue.

From Piazza Gae Aulenti you can walk towards the Milano center through Corso Como and Corso Garibaldi, two pedestrian areas, Via Mercato, Via Ponte Vetero and Via Broletto, all good also for shopping and eating (directions).

Walking around Milano it is possible to find many examples of Liberty architecture (aka Art Decò). Here is a map with all the interesting ones.

Find on this map our suggestions for enjoying your time in Milano.

Click the icon top left to open the list of places on the map.

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